Wednesday, 11 April 2018 00:00

Strategy - Culture - Business: Inspiration from around the web [31st Edition]

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Enjoy today's collection of articles from around the web!

Show Off Your Best Marketing Pieces through the STAMP Competition
by Salon Today

Did you compose a salon post last year that went viral? Revamp your website and drew a new crowd? Designed a new service menu that boosted sales? Or, created a campaign that made multiple impressions on your clientele? Applications are now live for STAMP, Salon Today’s Annual Marketing Program. The competition gathers and celebrates the best marketing and promotional ideas in the professional beauty industry and showcases them Show and Tell-style in Salon Today’s September-October issue. Get all the detalis here.

Brendon Burchard: The World's Most Successful People Have 6 Surprising Habits In Common
by Marie Forleo
If you spend enough time reading books and listening to audios about finding the key to success — it’s inevitable that you’ll stumble upon contradicting advice. Of course, there’s not one right formula or approach to be successful. Different success methods work for different people. (Different methods also work for the same person at different stages of life.) But I always pay a bit more attention when a ‘key to success’ hypothesis is backed up by academic research. That’s why I was thrilled when my buddy Brendon Burchard told me about the high performance study he was doing for his latest book. Watch the video here.

These Emojis Can Increase Click-Through Rates According to New Data
by Daria Marmer
Emojis can be powerful tools that help your messages stick with your audience: a study found that participants who were sent messages with emojis scored higher on memory than those who were sent messages without emojis, indicating that emojis can make your message more memorable. Read more here.

What It Takes to be a Great Leader
by Roselinde Torres
The world is full of leadership programs, but the best way to learn how to lead might be right under your nose. In this clear, candid talk, Roselinde Torres describes 25 years observing truly great leaders at work, and shares the three simple but crucial questions would-be company chiefs need to ask to thrive in the future. Watch the TED TALK here.

The 20 Best Customer Service Books You Need to Read
by Sophia Bernazzani
You've probably heard one of the more famous -isms in the world before: "The customer is always right." But you probably also know that "the customer is always right," isn't the only key to making customers so happy they stick around. There are a variety of other philosophies, strategies, and tools customer-facing professionals and teams can use to turn customers into loyal promoters and advocates. Read more here.

The Coaching Habit Revisited (with Michael Bungay Stanier)
by Todd Henry

When you think of the word “coach”, what image comes to mind? Someone standing on the sideline barking orders at everyone? The master strategist standing in an empty room with a whiteboard full of plans? How about this one: the great listener? On today’s show, Michael Bungay Stanier returns to share additional insights from his international smash hit book The Coaching Habit. We talk about misunderstandings people often have about coaching, and how we can coach our peers and even our managers to help them unleash their best work every day. Listen to the podcast here.  

Thank you,
Eric Fisher

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